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Conservation for the Future: Water as the Key to Management

Conservation for the Future: Water as the Key to Management

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

my name is Gary Bischoff we’re in Southeast Carter County I’ve been here going on my 11th year I lease the ranch from the Arbuckles it’s a cow calf operation hay alfalfa and grass water’s a big issue you can look at it here and think that we have all the water in the world […]

How to Photograph the NORTHERN LIGHTS! Basic to Advanced

How to Photograph the NORTHERN LIGHTS! Basic to Advanced

By Micah Moen 47 Comments December 5, 2019

We’re going to show you today how you might go about trying to film the northern lights. Oooooh my got! Oh my goodness, oh my goodness, oh my goodness! Gosh, it’s like dancing around! That’s amazing! This is what it’s supposed to look like. It’s super bright! I can see it on the video Jonas! […]

“The Challenge to Embrace Ecosystem Services” – Jane Lubchenco

“The Challenge to Embrace Ecosystem Services” – Jane Lubchenco

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

The US recently had two commissions, the Pew Oceans Commission and the US Commission on Ocean Policy. Each of which were charged with evaluating what’s happening in US waters, and what kinds of options, policy options might be implemented for different things to happen. The Pew Commission, both commissions went all around the US and […]

Episode 1 – Payments For Ecosystem Services

Episode 1 – Payments For Ecosystem Services

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

My name is Jennifer Alex-Garcia and I am a professor and head of the department of Applied Economics at Oregon State University. I study a program of payments for ecosystem services. These kinds of programs are sometimes called PES programs, and the one that I study is located in Mexico. So the idea of a […]

NASA Surveys Hurricane Damage to Puerto Rico’s Forests

NASA Surveys Hurricane Damage to Puerto Rico’s Forests

By Micah Moen 10 Comments December 5, 2019

Doug Morton: The forests of Puerto Rico are always changing. Following Hurricane Maria, they’ve changed a lot. But by taking measurements on the ground, in the air, and from space, we’re able to not only identify those changes, but also follow them through time as these landscapes recover the lush tropical forests they had before […]

Episode 1: The Journey Begins

Episode 1: The Journey Begins

By Micah Moen 10 Comments December 5, 2019

What’s the first line? [beep] Hello everyone, I’m Crystal Egli and I’m a videographer for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. My job is to create videos about all the things Colorado Parks and Wildlife does, from free fishing clinics to wildlife research and management, our Schools and Outdoor Learning Environments program to outdoor recreation profiles. You […]

Dr. Jane Goodall Introduces #4EverWild Wildlife Trafficking Campaign

Dr. Jane Goodall Introduces #4EverWild Wildlife Trafficking Campaign

By Micah Moen 6 Comments December 5, 2019

Hello, I’m Jane Goodall. I’ve spent my life speaking out on behalf of animals, and there is one issue that stands out uniquely as one of the worst threats to their survival: the illegal wildlife trade. This trade in wildlife threatens species with extinction. It’s the second biggest threat to wildlife after habitat loss. Without […]

Bloated? IBS? Bad Digestion? Try This!

Bloated? IBS? Bad Digestion? Try This!

By Micah Moen 13 Comments December 5, 2019

– I think I have found the answers to all of our digestive problems. As many as you guys know, I suffer from bloating quite frequently, and I was diagnosed with IBS a couple of years back. Now, IBS stands for irritable bowel syndrome. And it’s common disorder that affects the large intestines and digestion. […]

NOAA: An introduction to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

NOAA: An introduction to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

♪♪♪ NOAA’s work spans from the bottom of the sea to the surface of the sun. Each day, our employees take the pulse of the changing world around us and share that knowledge with others to ensure public safety, protect and restore marine resources, and strengthen our economy. Our people are as diverse as our […]

Turkeypalooza 2019 at Wake Forest University

Turkeypalooza 2019 at Wake Forest University

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

– Turkeypalooza is an annual event hosted by Campus Kitchen where we prepare Thanksgiving meals from scratch for all of our community partners, as well as a number of other social service agencies in Winston-Salem. I’ve always grown up knowing that it’s important for people in general to give back what they can to their […]